Painters Jindalee

Painters Jindalee : The Professional Painters for Jindalee , WA



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Painters Jindalee, WA

Painters Jindalee : It’s important to contract painters that understand the painting conditions in Jindalee,WA. Not only are the substrates different, but the building process and timing has implications for the preparation of set plaster walls next to the seaside.

In Jindalee, WA we use durable, washable paints, with anti-fungal treatment to ensure your Jindalee home looks great for years to come.

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New Homes Jindalee

Tested, Prepped, Sealed, Painted.

We offer the entire package at an affordable price.


We offer custom paint work options for your project.

Substrate Testing

We don’t just paint.

We check your substrates for PH, Moisture & Coherence.

Cost Effective

Our service is excellent.

Our prices are cost-effective.

Oil Based Sealers

Best suited to Jindalee set plasters

Licensed Painters

Your  Jindalee home is in the right hands.

Master Builders Member

Reliable and Reputable

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Painters Jindalee Overview

Painters Jindalee Professional Painter in Jindalee Quote Painter Jindalee,WA So where is Jindalee? Jindalee is bounded by an east-west line near Eglinton Rocks to its north, Butler to the east (Marmion Avenue) and Quinns Rocks to the south (Hampshire Drive). West is the coast of the Indian Ocean. Approximately 75% of the suburb is still within its native state. The planning of Jindalee goes back to 1997, but the Butler-Jindalee District Structure Plan was approved on 18 November 2003 by the WA Planning Commission. Satterley Property Group is managing the development (titled “Brighton Beachside”) in conjunction with the Department of Housing and Works, and around 900 residential lots are proposed, all of which will have high-speed internet, cable TV and underground power. A small cafe/shopping node on the beachfront at the end of Jindalee Boulevard has yet to be approved. Approximately 15% of the lots have been developed and the projected completion date is 2010.   Painters Jindalee New estates and houses are being built throughout the Jindalee area. We are currently painting in Jindalee and surrounding Eden Beach, Alkimos, Jindalee, Alkimos Beach, Shorehaven and Eglinton. All these homes are plastered with white set. Believe it or not, there is not regulation regarding the quality of plasterwork in your property. We know this, so we take precautions by thoroughly testing your plaster before painting commencement. We also ensure to use oil based sealer for you walls, to ensure maximum penetration for a deep anchor into the substrate.   Painting Price in Jindalee In general, a new house painted in Jindalee, including all paints and materials will be quoted in the region of... read more

Why get a professional painter Jindalee?

When you enter a Jindalee home it will speak to you.

Either “Welcome,I’ve been finished well” or on the other hand “Ignore my walls and irregularities in paintwork, they tried their best.”

It must be considered that there is a reason that painters must be licensed and required years of experience before achieving their qualifications. Our work starts before we paint. From the moment we enter your Jindalee house, we as your professional painter consider numerous aspects such as:

  • Condition of the painting substrate in Jindalee – In all likelihood we’ll be painting on white set plaster walls. The appearance of the walls will affect the look of the paint finish. Testing is always required.
  • The extent of prepping required in Jindalee
  • The ventilation in the home
  • The accumulation and quantity of dust particles in the Jindalee home

Testing set plaster walls prior to painting in Jindalee, WA

We ensure that we test the walls in your Jindalee house according to the Australian Standards, manufacturers specifications and the Building Commision of WA guidelines.

We test :

  • Moisture in the walls in Jindalee,WA – this can pre-empt ingress after painting
  • PH levels – this test tells us whether your house is suitable for paint to be applied in Jindalee
  • Scratch test – Tests the hardness of the plaster substrate before painting in Jindalee
  • Tape test – Tests the adhesive strength of the plaster in your Jindalee home
  • Once we are satisfied with the results we will continue then prep the walls
  • We also require the set plaster to be older than 16 weeks

Prepping walls for paint in Jindalee:

Upon satisfaction that the walls of your home are suitable for painting:

  • We brush down all walls of your Jindalee home with a soft brush broom
  • We remove any major protrusions from the plaster before painting
  • We tape up the corners and areas which we need to protect from paint bleed
  • We seal the walls with a suitable sealer
  • We cut the edges in with a painting brush and sealer to avoid framing
  • We sand down areas that are imperfect to ensure the surface for paint is smooth
  • We re-seal the areas that are sanded
  • The walls are then inspected to ensure all areas are properly sealed

Painting walls in your Jindalee home – Painter Jindalee:

Once we have prepped the walls we commence painting after a suitable time:

  • With a roller we apply the colour paint of your choice professionally
  • Our paint roller technique and experience allow us to provide smooth layers [30 um approx thick]
  • We apply two paint layers over the sealed layer to provide a wet thickness of approx 90um
  • With each coat we ensure to cut the corners and edges with a paint brush
  • Wherever we overlap on the cornices  we immediately remove paint bleed marks
  • Once painting is completed, usually over a 5 day period, we remove tape and protective coverings

We recommend 30 days for paint curing to occur in Jindalee


Please note that no matter how throrough the painting preparation is, set plaster walls in Jindalee and WA are not suited to adhesives such as bluetac, sticky tape or 3m tape. 3m adhesive claim to be suitable for all surfaces, however, white set plaster is manually mixed without any checks or balances, therefore adhesive strength varies greatly from room to room and house to house.




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